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HDPE Bottles support changing CPSC requirements.

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August 27, 2014 - Offering child-resistant packaging option for metered dose nasal pumps, HDPE Bottles have 18 mm ratchet neck finish and are available in both ½ oz and 1 oz sizes. Bottles offer flexibility for pharmaceutical and OTC nasal category as they are compatible with variety of nasal pumps with ratchet systems. Multiple options of metered dose nasal pumps are also available.

MJS Packaging

35601 Veronica, Livonia, MI, 48150, USA

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New Bottles for Nasal Market Support Changing CPSC Requirements

Press release date: August 26, 2014

LIVONIA, MI … MJS Packaging is committed to providing the very best in child resistant packaging options.   New requirements from the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) for child resistant packaging for products containing specified levels of imidazolines will go into effect in December, 2014.  These changes will have a significant impact on the need for child resistant packaging in both the ophthalmic and nasal categories.

In addition to the child resistant closures that were introduced by MJS Packaging in 2013 for ophthalmic products, the company now has bottles with a ratchet neck finish specifically designed for use with metered dose nasal pumps.  The bottles are made of HDPE, have an 18mm neck finish and are available in both ½ ounce and 1 ounce sizes.  In addition, these bottles offer flexibility for the pharmaceutical and OTC nasal category as they are compatible with a variety of nasal pumps with ratchet systems. Multiple options of the metered dose nasal pumps are also available from MJS Packaging.

A major packaging distributor founded in 1885, MJS Packaging operates eight sales offices throughout the U.S.  Corporate website is www.mjspackaging.com.

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